What We Do

“Hope For Children” CRC Policy Center works together with national, regional and an international advocacy institutions working to reform child welfare systems on behalf of children who depend on them for protection and care.

We aim to bring together judges, lawyers, psychologists, medical practitioners, mediators, counselors, mental health workers, media representatives, child cares, teachers & allied professionals to contribute their specialized expertise in a practical manner through education, legal and other advocacy to promote and protect the interests of the most vulnerable amongst us, our children and youth.


  • Empower children and young people in order to make their views heard and to actively engage in promoting their rights.
  • Educate and raise awareness, regarding the suffering of disadvantaged children, especially of those coming from conflict-torn areas.
  • Sensitize the public and enhance social responsibility in society through information dissemination and social activities.
  • Improve the quality of life of disadvantaged children.
  • Conduct research concerning children’s rights in conflict areas across the globe.
  • Provide policy advice and recommendations at local, regional and international level.
  • Collaborate and establish networks with other humanitarian organizations and agencies throughout the world in order to defend and promote children’s rights globally.
  • Improve the reception of children from conflict areas.
  • Promote volunteerism within communities, particularly among youngsters, on issues concerning traumatized children.
  • Support the development of new initiatives and organizations that seek to protect and promote disadvantaged children’s rights.
  • Provide reports to relevant government departments to assist in policy development.
  • Organize fundraising events.


  • Establish networks with NGOs within the host country and worldwide, in order to exchange knowledge and expertise.
  • Create a youth forum, offering opportunities to children to express and share their views with others.
  • Facilitate opportunities for trans-national support and exchange on policies.
  • Conduct surveys relevant to disadvantaged children’s needs.
  • Organize exhibitions, symposiums, conferences and seminars to raise awareness and disseminate information.
  • Organize events, such as summer camps/academies, as a means of enhancing integration between migrant, asylum seekers and refugee children.
  • Provide reports to relevant government departments.
  • Conduct research on issues such as the integration of foreign/migrant children in schools.
  • Provide research/internship opportunities for graduate and PhD students with an interest in this field.
  • Establish links with parliamentary communities, advisory groups, think-tanks and other relevant organizations.
  • Attend training seminars for knowledge development.
  • Represent the views of the organization to international institutions, through both formal and informal structures, as well as through written material.
  • Obtain funds through donations, subscriptions, legacies, grants and any other lawful methods.
  • Organize humanitarian missions at local and international level.
  • Recruit volunteers.